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John K. Samson Shares New Cover As Part of Kevin Devine's Split Singles Series

Wednesday, 07 November 2018 Written by Huw Baines

John K. Samson has released a song as part of Kevin Devine’s series of split singles.

The former Weakerthans songwriter, who also recently teamed with Craig Finn for a cover of Wrecking Ball by Gillian Welch as part of a comp in support of RAICES, has offered up his take on Christine Fellows’ Saturday Night on Utopia Parkway for the latest edition of Devinyl Splits. Check it out below.

So far this year Devine has enlisted Finn, Petal’s Kiley Lotz, David Bazan and Lauren Denitzio of Worriers for the endeavour, while Samson’s track will arrive backed by an original called I Wrote It Down For You on November 30.





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